Women’s U-17 National Soccer Team Participates in Asian Cup

Including Pair’ Women’s U-17 National Soccer Team Participates in Asian Cup… North-South Confrontation on the 6th

Eun-Jeong Kim will participate in the FIFA U-17 World Cup if he places in the top three at the Asian Cup.

The Korean U-17 women’s national soccer team, led by Casey Eugene Fair (Angel City FC), begins its Asian Cup schedule with a match against North Korea on the 6th (Korean time).

The U-17 women’s national team, led by coach Kim Eun-jung, will participate in the 2024 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-17 Asian Cup to be held in Bali, Indonesia from the 6th to the 19th of this month.

This competition, which has been held every other year since 2005, will be held five years after the 2019 Thailand competition due to the aftermath of the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19) pandemic. 카지노사이트탑

The first to third places in the competition will qualify for the FIFA U-17 World Cup to be held in the Dominican Republic in October.

The eight participating countries are divided into two groups of four teams each and play in the group stage, with the first and second place winners from each group advancing to the tournament.

South Korea was in Group A along with women’s soccer powerhouse North Korea, host country Indonesia, and the Philippines.

Starting with the first match of Group A against North Korea at 5 p.m. on the 6th, the schedule is to face Indonesia (8 p.m. on the 9th) and the Philippines (5 p.m. on the 12th) in turn.

Group B consists of Japan, China, Australia, and Thailand.

Coach Kim Eun-jung added Pair, who has been consistently participating in international matches for the women’s national team led by coach Colin Bell, to the roster of players.

Pair, who plays for Angel City FC in the National Women’s Professional Soccer League (NWSL), will join her national team just before the game against North Korea on the 6th.

In addition to the pair, existing key members such as Kwon Da-eun and Won Joo-eun (Ulsan Hyundai High School), who have gained experience with the A national team, and Beom Ye-ju (Gwangyang Girls’ High School), will participate in the Asian Cup.

The 23 participating players consisted of 18 born in 2007, 4 born in 2008, and 1 born in 2009.

Hankook Hee (Ulsan Hyundai Cheongwoon Middle School), who appeared on Golden Eleven, a soccer prospect discovery program, is the only one born in 2009.

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